Upcoming Events

The Silent Struggle - A Conversation on Mental Health

26 March 2019
Venue: Huntington Beach Central Library Theatre
Location: Huntington Beach, United States of America

Join us for a very special EO event, where we explore the dangers and issues surrounding mental health in our society. 

Sue Klebold, author of the New York Times best seller, A Mothers's Reckoning, describes the guilt, despair, shame that was part of being a parent of one of the Columbine shooters.  She explores the reality of mental illness and how it affects those closest to us. 

Dan Radecki is the Chief Scientific Officer at the Academy of Brain-based Leadership, which offers a scientifically validated, brain-based approach for future-oriented leaders and organizations interested in optimizing their performance, relationships and health.  

Mental health is a condition that can affect our family members, our employees, and even ourselves.  Learn what you can do to help, and to reduce the risks of it damaging lives.

Understanding Mental Health and Depression with Sue Klebold

27 March 2019
Venue: Victoria Gardens Cultural Center
Location: Rancho Cucamonga, United States of America

On April 20, 1999, 2 students, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, entered Columbine High School on a mission of death. In the aftermath, 12 students, 1 teacher died and more than 20 others were injured before Harris and Klebold took their own lives.  While the tragedy of Columbine devastated the families of those that were killed, a similar devastation occurred with the family of the killers.  Their devastation, however, was mixed with isolation, as they had to deal with not only the loss of their sons, but also the anger of the community against them. And against Dylan’s mom, Sue.  Sue wrote that when she learned about what was happening at Columbine High, “[w]hile every other mother in Littleton was praying that her child was safe, I had to pray that mine would die before he hurt anyone else.”  Come hear her story.

All spouses/significant others welcome to attend. 

EO Inland Empire PRIVATE Mission Inn Tour

18 April 2019
Venue: Mission Inn Museum
Location: Riverside, California, United States of America

Come together with your fellow chapter members for an EXCLUSIVE Tour of Riverside's Historic Mission Inn.

EOIE Monthly Social

25 April 2019
Venue: MidiCi the Neapolitan Pizza Company
Location: Riverside, United States of America

EOIE invites you for a night of socializing, food, and drinks.

Join us for our monthly Happy Hour to help us get to know each other better and stay connected in a relaxed environment.

Bring a guest, prospect, or significant other with you. Make sure to register them as well!

Drs. Susan and Peter Glaser: BreakThrough Conflict

29 April 2019
Venue: The Skywalker Room at The Presidio
Location: San Francisco , United States of America

The Glasers' presentation style is unique. Former actors as well as award winning researchers and university professors, the Glasers use their dramatic skills to recreate compelling conflict scenarios directly from the lives of EO members.

The groundbreaking work of Drs. Glaser offer evidence-based, tangible skills for turning high stakes conversations into solved problems, strengthened relationships and deepened trust- even when emotions are high and the outcome is vital.

Join us for this 3 hour workshop followed by dinner.

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